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ty- T1 Page 12 JOHNSON CITY PRESS-CHRONIGLE Monday Evening July 1 1974 Ynkecstoniglit Br aves 6-5 -1 BJIMIY SMYTH Sports Editor The Johnson City Yankees tumbled to their fifth straight defeat yesterday at Yankee- Park but not until a strong rally that had- them leading 9-7 heading into the top of the ninth inning on a passed ball and scored on pinch-hitter Robert Motto's infield out Joe Alvarez singled advanced on another passed ball and-scored ahead of Jerry fburth home run t)f the 1974 season blast cleared the rightfield hedge Pinch-hitter Chuck Murphy started the 'big eighth-for the Yankees with a Butler the leadoff man also singled and Joe Alvarez' long double to center scored two runs 11-9 after a see-saw struggle that found the Alvarez stole" third and scored on Jerry sacrifice fly to left John Narron The Bristol Tigers scored four in the top of the ninth highlighted by three- Yanks six in the Mydland had sacrificed Daniels to second The Kingsport infield however came up with a double play to wipe out the threat -Daniels and Mydland had two hits each to pace eight-hit while Dick Green collected three bingles for the Braves triple in the sixth was their big blow Elizabethton executed six double plays during the game for somewhat of a rookie league record Donald Brown 64 180-pounder from Sanford Fla was credited with the win He hurled the first five innings The loss to Tim Waelawczyk of four Kingsport hurlers The Twins open a two-game series with the Johnson City Yankees here tonighL HntNOrt (S) JERRY NARRON Another Homer Yank-Tiger box Bristol (tl) -I abrhbi 6 0 2 0: 3210 5 2 2 0 4 13 1 3 0 0 0 2 i ro 5 2 2 3 3 0 110 0 0 10 0 "5121 2 0 10 00 -10 13 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 41 11 15 tallying runs eighth inning to overcome a 7-3 Tiger advantage Nine pitchers paraded to the mound four for the Tigers said five for the Yankees The last of the Bristol hurlers Steve Fidrych was the winner and the final Johnson City flinger Sam Mishmash was the loser Mishmash was the victim of homer- Mark Thompson the fourth Yankee hurter gave a single to Steve Viefhaus and double to Lance Parrish That brought on Mishmash who got one out but then came the homer that brought in Viefhaus and Parrish for a 9-9 score and Swanson crossed the plate after his mates for the go-ahead run Bristol went on to score another insurance run in the inning and the most the Yankees could the bottom of the ninth was get Jerry Narron aboard with a walk The Yankees down 3-0 heading into the sixth came up even with three runs Terry Bevington opened with a double advanced walked Marty Jacobs was safe on an error Bob Gagg fanned for the second out and Dwight Duhart tripled to plate John Narron and Jacobs with runs No 4 and 5 Duhart tallied the sixth run on single Parrish No 1 draft pick slammed out three hits including two doubles to lead the Tigers' ferocious 15-hit assault But it was homer that made fhe big difference in the big ninth for the Tigers who had also won the opening game of the series Saturday nlght6-3 Johnson City will seek to break its five-game losing streak at Elizabethton tonight where the Twins are waiting with a 4-3 record after edging' Kingsport 4-3 yesterday at Elizabethton Riverside Park The Yankees will also be at Elizabethton -tomorrow night before coming home to play-Pulaski Wednesday night and again on Thursday the Fourth of July when Fireworks Night will be celebrated By HENRY JENKINS Assistant Sports Editor ELIZABETHTON Elizabethton Twins survived a ninth-inning uprising by the Kingsport Braves here Sunday as relief pitcher Chuck Eicher struck out LeGrand Smith with the bases loaded to preserve a 6-5 Twin victory and gave Elizabethton a sweep of the two-game seriesr The Twins beat the Braves 4-2 Saturday night as starter Dean Olson was credited with the victory Manager Hoyt Braves came from behind a 64) deficit Sunday to send the game down to the wires with three runs in the sixth and the ninth-inning tolly Their first run came in the fifth inning Manager Bob Twins scored single runs in the first and second innings and closed out their- runs production in the third with four tallies first inning run resulted from David hit a wild pitch an error and an infield out Steven Flores walked to open the second- was sacrificed to second by Jesus Lopez and rode home on a double by Bob Daniels 1 The four runs in the third came after leadoff man Rick Sherkel went down on strikes Catcher Butch Wyne-gar singles and scored on a double by James Greenwald Archie Amerson singled to left field with Greenwald stopping at third and Flores stroked a three-run homer some 345 feet over the left" field fence to give the Twins a 6-0 lead "-Elizabethton rallied in the fourth illing the bases pn leadoff single and back-to-back bases on balls to Sherkel and Wynegar after Jones 2b Corcoran ef Viefhaus ss Parrish 3b Co rf Martinez rf Swanson If Morgan lb Gimenir ph Pages 1b Coury Treuel Simbioick ph Johnsonn Fidrych Totals Johnson City (9) ab Butler cf 5 110 Alvarez ss 5 2 2 2 Jerry Narron 3 113 John Narron 1b 3 10 0 Jacobs 2b 4 12 0 Gagg 3b 4 0 10 Duhart If 4 1 2 Bevington rf 4 12 1 Kwasney 10 0 0 Motta ph 10 0 1 McMurtreV 0 0 0 0 Kruppa 0 0 0 0 Murphy ph-lfe 2 110 Thompson 0 0 0 0 Mishmash 0 0 0 0 Totals 3 9 11 Score by Innings: Bristol 101 001 Johnson City 000 003 060-9 Parrish Jerry Narron 2 Alvarez Kwasney Gagg LOB Bristol 0 Johnson City 4 Jones Viefhaus and Morgan Viefhaus Jones and Morgan Jacobs Aivarezi and John Narron JonS Corcoran 2 Alvarez Duhart Jerry Narron Parrish 2 Martinez Simbioick Alvarez Jacobs Bevington Duhart Swanson Jerry Narpon IP RERBBSO Champion chips onto green Tom Watson Kansas City Mo chips onto the 13th green during the fourth round of the Western Open In final round Watson posted a two-under par 69 to win the Open and pick up $40000 Tom Weiskopf and J5nead finished two strokes behind Watson who 1 finished the tournament with a three-over-par 287 (UPI Telephoto) G- Smith 2b 2 9 9 Olivo cf 4 12 Green 1b 5 13 Kern pr 0 9 9 Ban 300 Smith 4 1 1 Byrd ss 412 Long rf 4 0 1 Ygleslas 3b 2 0 0 Fletcher pr 0 10 Woclewezyk 0 0 0 Titus 10 0 Switana ph 1 0 0 Bello 10 0 Murphy ph 10 0 Ryan '000 Stona ph 1 0 1 Fletcher pr 0 0 0 Totals 32 10 Elisabeth ton (0) Daniels 2b Mydland ss Sherkel 1b Wynegar Greenwald rf Amersln If Flores cf Lopez 3b Brawn Alonzo Ph Greff pr Brleby Sltvestrl Eltcher Totals 0 1 0 0 1 1 I I hbi 0 Larry Hinson pockets 2411 iTom atson winner Western Open 4 0- 3 2 5 2 4 -Z- Treuel Murphy Johnson Fidrych (W) Kwasney McMurtrey Kruppa Thompson Snead were in contention inthe last round US Open Champion Hale Irwin came on to take fourth with a 72-293 Arnold Palmer had a 74-294 and OAK BROOK 10 (AP) It was a hew situation for Tom Watson He have to explain how victory had eluded him a role Score by Innings? Kingsport 000 Oil Ellzabrthton 114 000 4 Waclawszky Daniels Lopez LOB 0 Ellzabathton 6 DPr- Kingsport 1 Ellzabathton Lopez Midland SherKel SF Lopez wynag Kwasney 3 PB Coury 2 Corcoran by McMurtrey John Narron by Treuel 247 Tracy and 2HDamSr Graanwaid Long Graan endured so many times be- tied for fifth with Gene Littler Hilltoppers of 1954 A Seiencejfill HiefaSchool clas reunion of Left to right: JBoh Evap El JQitnitrL night brought these formers Ferrell Bowman Boh Taylor Bo Sells Hilltopper' basketball players together and Phil Walters (Staff Photo by Vest) Trotter wins Southeastern Skala captures fore GreenJI explores tp Waelawczyk (L) Titus Ryan Brown (W) Brelby (1) Silvestrl (2) Eicher 1 Pitched to 2 Pitched to WP Walcawczyk 2 1 2 5 3 0 1 one two Hinson Johnson City collected $2411 Sunday the Western Open Golf with a 75-72-74- arbbsa 1-3 0 0 033 2-3 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 10 3 0 5 4 3 3 1 10 0 10 10 0 11 batter in 0th betters In 0th 77 990 HBP WynegarJ Larry Tenn in tournament 5 Baseball linescores tourney: 2:40 A 000 test) by Bello COLUMBUS Ga (AP) Bo Trotter of Columbus tapped in a six-inch putt after his opponent missed a two-footer on the second sudden-death playoff hole Sunday giving Trotter the CANDIAC Que (AP) championship in the 39th an- It takes more than a bolt of Candiac FlrstGame 1 Philadelphia 000 000 6 1 Pittsburgh 030 222 11 14 1 Carlton Farmer 5 Linzy 7 and Boone Brett Giustl 9 Hernandez 9 and Sangulllen W-Brett 14 L-Cart-ton 9-7 HR-Pittsburgh Hebner 11 SacondGama Philadelphia OOO 002 000-2 7 Pittsburgh 000 000 3 11 0 Schueler and Boona Ellis Hernandez i Klson 0 and Sangulllen W-KIson 3-3 L-Schueler 4-0 HR-Pittsburgh Zlsk 0 lightning to scare Carole Jo Skala Saturday the 35-year-old housewife from Shingle Springs Calif wqs almost struck by lightning while playing in the second round of the $60000 Ladies Professional Golf Association Tournament here The incident failed to shake nual Southeastern Amateur Golf Tournament Andy Bean of the University of who sank a 12-foot putt on the 18th hole to force tiie playoff rimmed the cup on tile half-foot putt which would have given him a par Both golfers were playing their fifth round of golf in the three-day tournament Appalachian standings Yestarday's Results Elizabethton 4 Kingsport Bristol 11 JOHNSON CITY Covington 0 Marlon 4 Bluefleld 7 Pluaski Southern Division Won Lost Bristol 2 Elizabethton 4 3 Kingsport 4 4 JOHNSON CITY 2 0 Northern Division Won Lost Covington 4 2 Pulaski 0 2 Bluefleld 3 Marlon 2 4 GamesToday JOHNSON CITY at Elizabethton (7:30 pm I Bristol at Kingsport Bluefleld at Marlon Covington at Pulaski st FlritGame Louis 000 300 14 1 New York 000 020 000-2 0 1 Foster Hrabosey 0 and Simmons Koosman 0 and Grote W- Foster 4-5 L-Kooman 0-5 HR-St Louis Reitz 2 -L SacondGama 001 000 101 001 000 002 Winnings Gibson Hrabosky sr German 0 Folkers 0 Pena and McCarver Stona Millar 0 McGrow 10 and Hodges W-Pnna 3-0 L-McGraw 04 HRs-St Louis McBride 5 New York Hodges 2 2-5 1 0-3 10 2 VOLKSWAGEN OPAMffttCA INC OISTAIBUTOl SUGGESTED It FT AIL MICE ON SELECTED BEETLES AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS OFFER EXPIRES JULY 31 DAVE MYDLAND Pair Of Hits 4 g- Larry Nelson and Butch Baird Nelson and Littler had 71s and Baird 75 Watson collected $40000 from the total purse of $200000 Pushing his winnings to $126000 for the year fourth on the money-winning list for the yea victory climaxed an uphill fight for the husky freckled-faced redhead who has had more than his share of disappointments in lus brief pro career FINAL SCOREt AND MONEY-WINNINGS 71 71-75-72-72-293 74-72-74-74-294 194 71-7150-74-294 7573-7472 294 75-71-74-77297 70-75-71-75-299 300 75-77-73-74-301 71-72-79-79-501 2-71-74-71-302 72-74-7452-503 74-74-74-79-503 74-79-7175-503 755955-75-504 5-717179-505 1717350-305 007177-74-504 00-717179-304 1745177-507 308 71755171-512 75-795053-316 WO Tom Watson 40 ooo SiwoO $18508 I cm Wtlsxopt $11500 Hto Irwin $9400 Arnold Palmor $6025 Butch Baird $6 925 Larry Nalson $6925 Gant Llttlar $6925 Jim Wlachar $5 Gary McCord $4400 Al Gaibargar $4400 Roy Pact $4400 Charlat Sifford $4400 Tom Kilt $3400 Jim Cotbart $3400 Bruca Cramoton $3400 Larry HHhou Bobby Mltchall $2411 Andy North $2411 Chuck Courtnay $241 1 Joa Porter $2411 Frank Baard $2411 John Schlaa $2411 Ed Sneed $1640 Jim Ferrlell $1640 Kermlt Zarley $1640 Lee Trevino $1640 Rick Massengaie $1420 Gay Brewer $1420 George Johnson $1420 Mike McCullough $1186 Bob Allard $1186 Gary Sanders $1186 Dave Stockton $1186 Bob Smith $962 Tom Evans $962 Dala Douglass $962 Gary Groh $962 Rod Curl $760 Eddie Pearce $760 David Glenz $760 Jim Jamieson $760 Joa Inman $760 Mika Wynn $760 Bob Dickson $565 Millar Barber $565 Jerry McGee $565 Bob Zander $565 Ban Kern $480 George Archer $480 Larry Wise $480 homero Blancas $480 Bob Goaiby $480 Nat Starks $425 Cesar Sanudo $425 JlmMasserlo $425 Paul Moran $425 Vic Regalado $425 Bob Unger $375 Allen Miller John Kennedy $375 George Knudson $330 Bunky Henry $330 Lionel Hebert $330 Mark Hayas $330 Dwight Nevll $330 Doug Ford $300 Don Iverson Labron Harris Lae Eider Warren Chancellor Dick Lotx Rate Botts Tommy Jacobs Third championship in row Johnny Rutherford Schaefer victor -1 FlrstGame Houston 000 003 000-3 3 0 San Diego 100 000 000-1 0 0 Olerker Cosgrove 3 Forsch 9 end Edwards May 0 Palmer Lexton 0 Corklns 0 and Kandall -Cosgrove 3-0 L-Palmer 1-1 HR-Houston May 12 SacondGama Houston 100 021 100 00-5 13 0 San Diego OOO 032 000 01-5 10 1 11 Innings Roberts York 5 Scherman 0 Forsch 0 Johnson 10 and May Gralf Hardy 5 Romo 0 Tomlin 10 and Kendall W-Tomlln 241 L-J Johnson 2-1 HR-Houston Rader 8 anybody ask me he happily cautioned the assembled pressin the wake of his dramatic come-from-behind victory in the Western Open Golf Tournament Sunday Watson a 24-year-old redhead who had been so close so many tiroes before came from six-strokes back with a last round the best score of the day to nail down his first professional triumph by two strokes over JC Snead and struggling Tom Weiskopf total was 287 three strokes over par on the ultra-tough Butler National Golf Club course It marked the third consecutive week on the pro tour that the winning score was in plus-par figures the first time in recent history that had happened Snead had a last round 72 in gusty winds and third-round leader Weiskopf blew to an incredible 77 including 41 on the back nine and a bogey-double bogey firiish have no excuses" said Weiskopf who led Snead by five strokes and Watson by six when the play started played very poorly as poorly as I did I deserve to finally happened Watson who resembles a Tom Sawyer who grew up could have won four times this year I led twice the year before never doubted I could win I knew it was just a matter of time man this is a great feeling is something that dreamed about since I was young very young something I hope happens a lot Only Watson Weiskopf and Chicago 100 001 00-1 7 0 Montreal 400 100 10 IS 0 Stona FralHng 4 La Roche 5 Hoo- 7 Burrbr 8 and Swisher? Rogers and Foote LWRogers 9-8 L-Stone 2-2 HRs-Chlcago Williams 12 Morales Montreal Jorgeson 2 Fairly 9 Cincinnati 300 000 000-3 7 2 Atlanta 000 241 11 0 Norman Half 5 Baney 8 and Plummer Morton and Casanova W-Morton 16 L-Norman 8-6 Los Angeles San Franc lscoo Messersmlth Parr Bradley Messersmlth 1-2 002 101 Marshall 8 010 020-5 8 1 000 7 0 8 and Yeager Sosa 0 and Rader L-Bradley 6 the part-time professional and Sunday while the rain continued to fall through most of the play Mrs Skala continued to shine She ended up as the tournament winner with a 208 total three strokes ahead of JoAnne Comer and 11-under-par for the 6300-yard Candiac Golf Club course Mrs Skala left little doubt thatshe would claim her sec-ondtour victory shooting a sizzling 69 including an eagle three on the par-five eighth hole LEADING MONEY- 1WINNERS AND SCORES Carol JO Skala $12000 Jo Ann Carnar $6500 Sandra pBlmBF $3 000 Donna Young $300 Murlt Breer $2370 Shelly Hamlin $2370 70-73-73-216 Betsy Cullen $1750 Kathy McMullen $1750 Judy Kimball $150 68-72-70-218 Clifford Ann Creed $1450 74-71-73-218 1 Gall Denenberg $1250 Joyce Kazmierski $1250 Joceiyne Bourassa $956 Chris Repasky $956 Sandra Post $956 Kathy Whitworth $956 Pam Higgins $687 Carol Mann $687 Mary Mills $687 JoAnn Prentice $687 Jan Stephenson $687 72 Kathy Farrer $555 Kathy Martin $555 Sue Roberts $555 73-74-75-222 Jane Blalock $467 Renee Powell $467 Sandra Spuzlch $467 JoAnn Washam $467 Chuckey sets horse show The Chuckey Ruritan Club will sponsor Seventh Annual Walking Horse Show Saturday at the Chuckey Elementary School grounds on Highway 11E This show is rated AA by the Appalachian Horse Show Association 26 classes will be shown The afternoon show will get under way at 2 pm and 11 classes will be shown including Plasure Ponies (over 50 inches) Quarter Horse Western Pleasure Walking Pleasure Country Pleasure Pole Bending Juvenile Walking Barrel Race Racking Walking Mares Rescue Race and Speed Race The evening showtime will be at 7 pm and the classes will be Leadline 2-Year Walking Horses Open Western Pleasure Ladies Horses Saddlebred Pleasure 3-Gated Saddlebred Pleasure Pleasure 'Walking-Road Ponies Amature 3 gated Junior Walking Horses Ap-paloosa Western Pleasure A Mature Walking Horses Racking Open Walking Barrel -Race Over $1100 iiWize money and ribbons willbe awarded to the 1st 2nd 3rd 4th place winners and trophies will also be awarded in the Open Western- Pleasures Saddlebred Pleasure Road Ponies and Walking Class varsity teams at Michigan State won Big Ten titles in tennis and golf 223 HRs-Los Angles Yeager 3 Buckner 3 FlrstGame Milwaukee ooo 003 5 2 Detroit 000 100 000-1 7 1 Sprague Murphy 8 and Moore Fryman Ray 7 and Lamont W-Sprague 5-1 L-Fryman 3-4 SacondGama Milwaukee 001 100 10 0 Detroit 201 000 3 6 1 Slaton and Porter Moore 8 LaGrow and Moses W-LaGrow 6-7 L-Siaton 7-9 Milwaukee Mitchell 4 Detroit Northrup 4 Drive a cool bargain Fora limited time onl FlrstGame Minnesota 020 000 9 1 Chicago 510 001 6 14 1 Corbin Burgmeier 1 Goitz 2 Campbell and Roof Kaat and Herr macm W-Kaat 8-6 L-Corbm 51 HR-MInnesota Kusick 1 MOUNT POCONOPa (AP) It was a good thing Johnny Rutherford won the Schaefer 500 would have lodged a protest if we said Teddy Mayer Tetm McLaren crew chief of $400000 championship auto race actually had to go 201 laps instead of 200 to' Mayer 'contended that the pace car erroneously picked up 1 Rutherford as the leader dur ing a calliori period early in the race United States Auto 1 Club officials then waved the actual leaders past the pace 'car and allowed them to make up a lap on Rutherford were Mayer said really doesnt matter now though go whatever distance they ask us as long as we win" It took Rutherford who notched his third straight championship-' victory this season most of the race to dig himself out of the pack The popular Texan who took home $246000 for piloting the same McLgren to victory at Indianapolis a month ago received $92625 in winning an un-precedented second consecutive 500-mile championship event He also captured the Mil-y'fiQkee 150 three weeks ago Rutherford finished more than a lap ahead of former sprint car champ Jimmy Caru-thers Gordon Johncock who ran -out of fuel on the course while leading charged back to finish third just ahead of teammate Steve Krisiloff Pole sitter Bobby Unser held the lead for 74 laps but ran low on fuel near the end and had to slow down He dropped to fifth but locked up the USAC triple -rown title this year edging out Rutherford The Albuquerque NM speedster took a first and second in the other triple crown events at Ontario Calif and Indy fuel troubles were a repeat of his Indy problems where he was the only challenger to Rutherford late in the "race He had to easo off because of low fuel was sort of frustrating Unser said were as fast as anybody else out there but we hac to turn the end of the the race into an economy run to Most of the early chargers were on the sidelines at the end of the race Mario Andretti who started to run away from the field before a lengthy pit stop set him a lap behind escaped injury when he spun and slammed into the first turn wall Greg killed in regatta race WACO Tex (AP) Greg Ruth assistant wrestling coach at the Military Academy and champion speedboat racer was killed here Sunday during the Lake Waco Summer Regatta a charity event Ruth was negotiating a sharp turn in the third of eight scheduled races when his Delta outboard was hit from behind by another boat nearly cutting the champion body in half His boat sank Jim Franks Resident of the Waco Boat Club said there were no rules violations involved It was the first races scheduled here in nearly 15 years Proceeds of the event were to go to a state Little League center but race officials said all funds will go to widow and two children Ruth was a record bolder and top driver for the past two years with the American Outboard Federation competing in -the 60-70 cubic inch division iff make LOANS FOR ANY 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11-10 L-Itoneman 1-8 homers Sunday's Home Rum By The Aesaclated Pref American League Hendrick (ID Loweratein (4) Indian Kualck (1) Soderneim (4rYwlra chell (4) Brewer Northrup (4)Tiger National League Reitz (2) McBride Cardinal Hebner (11) Zlk (0) Pirate Jorgeraen (2) Fairly (9) Expo Williams (12) Morale (10) Cub Hodge (2) Met Yeager (3) Buckner (3) Dodgers May (I2J Rader (0) Astro AUTHOR Ip OEALER VOLKSWAGEN INC BRISTOL HIGHWAY AT OAKLAND AVENUE JOHNSON CITY 301 Roan Sf Johnson City TN ph: 926-0106 Cornor of Market and Roan acre from Munsoy Church OPEN FRIDAYS 'Tit 700 PM.

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